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post #2051 of 19569
Increased the Cache Voltage to 1.15V (ratio 39x) and now it's going fine for 1.5Hrs in OCCT. Time to jinx it yay!

I'm gonna keep this going at these settings for 6hrs. If it survives the next 4.5hrs, I'll call it stable and will use these settings as the fallback settings.
post #2052 of 19569
Adaptive mode on ASUS boards.

Playing with an interesting setting on ASUS boards and getting good results.

Basically, I stabilised static 1.32V vcore at 45x with a long stability test a while ago.
Now I'm playing with Adaptive mode to make it Stress Test viable. That way I can get the performance of static with the economy of adaptive. Typically adaptive will load up the vocre to a ridiculous amount and the temperatures go through the roof on a stress test.

When I set Adaptive mode I get this additional setting:
"Additional Turbo Mode CPU Core Voltage"
I can set a vcore there. It seems to be like a guide; but it also seems to restrict how high the vcore goes. So for example at 1.32V here, Adaptive can ramp it up above 1.4V in prime95 beta short FFP stress test!
With some testing I've worked out that by setting this a whole 0.09V lower, so 1.23, the absolute maximum the vcore gets to is 1.344V. The adaptive setting essentially handles any stress test by ramping the vcore up & down but it doesn't exceed 1.344 which I can live with.

This may have been discussed, but I haven't seen it and I think it's a pretty good lifestyle setting. Definitely worth playing with. Uncore has the same setting too. Overall you keep all your temps across the board far lower because of the adaptive; and you restrict it to going above a certain limit so that even the worst stress test won't do harm.

Hope it made some sense smile.gif
post #2053 of 19569
I was using adaptative mode to get the Freq and CPU voltage scale with the CPU FREQ.

I have put now the voltage on manual and the CPU Vcore and Freq are also scaling, so what is the point of the adaptative mode?
post #2054 of 19569
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I understand many of the earliest guide went with the "find out what voltage required to post at 4.6" kind of mindset but I don't feel that's a good benchmark for figuring out how good your CPU is. The best way is to overclock the CPU yourself. Not posting at x46 at 1.2v doesn't mean much.

I needed a whopping 1.425v for 4.6ghz and I'm only a bit under average, kindda average. In my case majority of people would stop at 4.5 and report 1.28v, they wouldn't go on to 4.6.

It just gave me a quick idea. I am pretty happy@4.4 1hr linpack occt stable. I am only using a £30 air cooler with single fan config and 3 case fans so far. Would love to see this thing under my loop that is cooling my 8320. I am using adaptive voltage setting.

http://gyazo.com/87f9dc054fbbac4a7a3f51d93443ef9c
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you're using linpack with avx disabled as a stress test

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i like you

Lmao, I love this thread.
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you're using linpack with avx disabled as a stress test

i like you

Is this a poor effort@ sarcasm. New rig, never clocked an Intel or used Occt before. Is this not the right setting? edit just tried with it enabled. poor sarcasm confirmed lol
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post #2058 of 19569
Not poor sarcasm, avx (especially avx2) stress tests are just ridiculous indicators for temps and/or stability on Haswell
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Not poor sarcasm, avx (especially avx2) stress tests are just ridiculous indicators for temps and/or stability on Haswell

Ah ok thanks, currently running p95, all same settings, 30 minutes so far, minimal temp increase and warmer ambient, will post a screenshot if or when reaches 1hr.
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Version 28.1?

I don't really understand people using avx2 stress tests. I prefer non-avx stress tests, with some real world avx use like x264
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